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Wednesday fundraiser raises over $13,000 for Midland officer injured in crash

Officer Jake Churchwell (Source: GoFundMe.com) Officer Jake Churchwell (Source: GoFundMe.com)
MIDLAND, TX (KWES) -

Over $13,000 was raised for one officer who was injured in a crash while pursuing a motorcycle last Wednesday.

The Midland County Sheriff's Office said $13,507 was raised for Officer Jake Churchwell during the fundraiser today. 

Churchwell was injured after he lost control of his patrol vehicle during a high speed pursuit with a motorcyclist.

We're told Churchwell was partially ejected from his vehicle and was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

Hospital officials said that Churchwell is currently in stable condition.

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